Aunt Martha's is an authentic Victorian tea room, serving afternoon teas and Sunday lunches, cakes and savoury snacks. You will be stepping back to the year 1897, the year of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, with all its accompanying etiquette and style. The establishment and dining areas are full of atmosphere and the staff all follow the manner and codes of the period and the cakes and savouries are all truly decandant indulgences which were so popular with the Victorians.
National Tea Day is approaching and my involvement as an ambassador for National Tea will mean that Aunt Martha’s will be closed on these days namely:-
Naturally I would be delighted to see you here on other days or at the National Tea Day event at Chiswick House further information about which can be found on their website :- https://www.nationalteaday.co.uk/fes-tea-val/
Lady Nadine would like to request that her patrons observe certain elements of dress and decorum.
Whilst guests are not expected to be wearing their formal attire, she would request that they are smartly presented. If you have been walking in the woods then please ensure that evidence of this exercise is left at the door.
For her part, the majority of her establishment is accessible to those who are less able to move around. At the time of your booking please let us know if a wheelchair will be involved as only certain tables would be suitable.
Well behaved dogs are welcomed in the gardens and some dining rooms, but must be kept on lead at all times
Want the authentic victorian dining experience?